Research topics: We investigate how differences in the brain relate to symptom presentation in children with autism spectrum disorder and develop biomarkers and new treatments for the core symptoms.
Techniques: We primarily use neuroimaging approaches like MRI and EEG to study neurobiology and psychometric testing and standardized laboratory observations to study symptom presentation and treatment-related changes.
Seeking undergrads for: Academic year, Summer
Location: Flexible, with possibilities for remote or on-campus research projects
Required skills: None - Interest, determination, and follow-through
This lab is particularly interested in mentoring: Undergrads from backgrounds that are underrepresented in STEM, Undergrads without previous exposure to laboratory research, anyone interested in autism and brain development
How to apply: Contact Robin Libove (firstname.lastname@example.org)